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FORE If.N. We glean from papers received by the Grent! ritainf. few alitor,! item, of European Britain news. Thft nrnsm.rt of the crops IS the engrossing v r . topic of interest. Not only has the crops been ahorfin Englnnd, but the harvest has been de- fC(; .prthe trreater part of continental En- fective over the greater part of rope. In Holland and Belgium, the fact is so well ascertained that the Government of the former cotiutry has deemed it prudent to reduce the duties on grain, to the minimum point; while all restrictions on the import of corn, in Belgi um, have been removed for a given period. A Liverpool paper states that many orders have been forwarded to the continent, to purchase 'the finer runs of wheat, at any price, A disease as mysterious as that which affects potatoes is said to have attacked the fish in many of the rivers of England and Ireland, and large quantities of herrings are suffering from it. The Whitehaven Herald states that several cases of cholera, some of them fatal, have occur red at that place. The Journal des Debats announces the arri val at Bordeaux of Mr. Washington Irving. He is said to be charged with a diplomatic mis sion to France by the Government of the United States. The British Government have determined to jnateriatly "increase the present military force in our North American Colonies. In 'the months of June and July the heat was so excessive in the South of Russia that the troops could not march except by night. The drought has caused great damage, and bad crops are expected this year in that part of Russia. Both Upper and Lower Hungary have been completely laid waste by dreadful inundations, . at the beginning of the month of August. Up wards of a million of the inhabitants are threat ened with all the horrors of famine, in conse quence of this dreadful misfortune. The Pope is gradually dying of cancer in the nose. The steamer Shamrock was lost on her pass age from Liverpool to St. Johns, N. B. Her crew, fifteen in number, were taken from the sinking vessel by the Jane, from Newfoundland, and carried into Penarth Roads on the 18th of September. The. object 01 the owners of the Shamrock, it is said, in sending her across the Atlantic, was to take letters of marque for pri vateering in the service of Mexico. Wilmer &. Smith's European Times says that extensive orders had been sent to Canada for flour. State of Trade. The various accounts re ceived from the manufacturing districts since the sailing of the Cambria are encouraging and satisfactory. The Iron trade continued brisk, owing to the requirements of the new undertakings, and Railway Bars were consequently much sought after. The Cotton market bad been dull throughout the week, with the slightest perceptible decline in prices. The Produce markets continued active. For Rice, owing to the eauses already assigned, there was much inquiry, at greatly improved prices. The stock was getting low, in conse quence of the large demand for export. The B. P. Sngar market was rather dull, and the recent high prices had given way a little- Horrible Conspiracy. The Swiss Courier of the 16th of September gives a description of an extensive association which has been discovered st Neufchetel, and which has extensive ramifi cations throughout the other cantons of Switzer land. The object of this Society is described by the Swiss paper to be the overthrow of all religious, social and political organization in Germany, by means of the spread of atheism, by the destrcction of all moral principles, and even by regicide. Oregon contains 360,000 square mile?; and would make seveu States as large as New York. The income ef Great Britain for 1345 is es timated at 53,563,217; the expenditure 45, 103,647. From thf Army op Operations. Extract from a letter written by nn officer now in Texas, dated Camp at Corpus Christi, Texas, 25th Sept., 1845; There nevei was an army more perfectly quiet Own we are in our present posi tion. The last accounts from the frontier ren der a fight less probable than ever. There has been another revolt among some of the Mexican troops, and a special messenger sent to Wash ington to propose for Mexico an amicable ar rangement with oar government. Gen. Arista, commander of the forces on the Rio Grande, has retired to his hacienda (planta tion) for the repose necessary to his healtn. All ithese things show very little disposition on the (part of Mexico for a trial of strength with the United States. P. S. Gen. Worth, with the 8th infantry, Major Ringgold's company, and the artillery from Charleston harbor, have all this day arrived at Aransas Pass, the entrance to Corpus Christi Bay. The Mormon War Ended. The Mormons have made a formal proposi tion, to be laid before the Governor and people of Illinois, stating their determination to remove as soon as some arrangements can be made for the disposal of their property. In their circular however, they declare that, "although we may not find purchasers for our property, we will not sacrifice or give it away, or suffer it illegally to be wrested from us." They propose to remove to .some place west of the Rocky Mountains. Five or six thousand bf the Mormons, inclu ding the entire Church organization, their prom inent men, and all their Church judicatories, have pledged themselves to remove next spring; and, judging from appearances, they will do so. The history of their church has shown that wherever the leaders go, the members follow. This is a part of their religious duties. When, therefore, the colony shall , have 6tarted, for a home west of the Jlockr Mountains, it will be the best possible evidence that all design remo ving, and will remove! C7"The Haverhill (N. II.) Democrat says that great excitement has been caused in that quarter by incendiary attempts to destroy the thriving Tillage of Bradford, across the river. Three barns, in thiee successive nights, have been burnt down with all their contents Domestic Coiupcnd. Me. Thursday, Dec. 4, has been appointed aa a day FessenJen and Bxrnes, Whig candidates, were elec ted representatives from Portland on Wednesday last. N. H. The Manchester American says Frank Pierce dechnes the vacant hlm by Gov. Steele. declines the vacant Senatorship of that State, offered Conn. There are but 500 persons in Ct who cannot read or write, while there are 60,000 in Virginia ! It is time to look for the cause of so much ignorance. Ohio. The agent sent from Ohio to demand of the Hni. r.P V.rtrin'm tlio tiaranna in1i.tal Cur lilnanninr. UUVl Jl 1 MgllJIU. Villi .10Vl..J UIUIVLU IVI mUllUJJJJlll, has returned to Ohio. Gov. McDowell could not act without the Council, who were not in the city. Pa. The election for canal commissioners and leg islature took place on Tuesday of last week. In Phil adelphia, the Whigs have elected their mayor, by 4, 941; Natives, 4.524; Democrats, 3,938. In the North- em Liberties, the democrats elected their mayor, by 3,041, to 2,119 native, and 375 whig. In Southwark, for commissioner, Native 2,446, Democratic 1,445, whig 319. Deniocarbs and Natives united and chose demo crats for all the -county officers. Pittsburgh, democrat ic by a small maj. Returns from Alleghany county show about 400 Whig maj. The democrats have carried both branches of the le gislature. The Alleghany Methodist Conference lately requir ed "that no minister shall be admitted into this confer ence "who uses tobacco in any of its forms except as a medicine, and in that case satisfactory evidence shall be given." N. Y. The assessed value of the real and person al estate of the city of New York, for 1845, according to the comptroller's statement as published in the Jour nal of Commerce, is $239,938,317, vz i real estate, $1 77,100,790. personal estate, $62,777,527. Compared with last year there is an increase of real estate of $5, 224,198, and a decrease of porsonal estate of $1,245,9 28. Net increase, $3, 978,269. Slander. A former waiter at the American Hotel recovered a verdict of six cents damages against the proprietor yesterday, for slander, in having charged him with stealing some spoons. Gen. Bennett, of Arlington House Long Island, is on his way to Illinois to settle the difficulties bctweeu the Mormons and their neighbors. Albany and Buffalo Telegraph. The books of. this Company w ere opened at Buffalo on tho 11th, and from the spirit manifasted towards the project, no doubt was entertained that the whole amount of stock allot ted to that section of the route, would be taken up at once. The news from England, has raisud flour some 75 cents on a barrol. Small Pox. This disease, we regret to say, prevails in Genesee county. Mr. Hawkins, a member of the State Senate, died with it The stores and taverns are closed. The magnetic telegraph between New York and Philadelphia will be completed by the 10th of Novem ber. Mass. Mr George Long of Braintree, died the oth er day in consequence of skinning a diseased ox. He had a bruse on his finger, through which the virus is supposed to have entered his system. More Trouble. We learn from tho Post, that the Hollis street Church has made a present to the Rev. John Pierpont of five thousand dollars, being a part of the fund of the church. The society has entered an injunction against the proceedings, and the result will have to be determined in a court of law. Five hundred and eighty-nine drunkards have been taken up by the watch of Lowell during the last five months ! A skiff containing a party of five men, was upset in tne Connecticut river at Springfield on Sunday, and two young men named Norton and Osborn, about 20 years of ago, were drowned. Flour advanced in this market 50 cents a barrel yes terday after the arrival of the news from England, Boston Sun. W. T. Wisconsin Election, The Chicago Dem ocrat lias reported majorities in 23 counties. They foot up with a majority of about SCO, so far, for Martin (Dern) for chlogatc to congress. Tho northern part of the Territory has gone en masse for Martin, who resides at Green Bay. Kt. Dr. Baker, who was convicted of a murder in Clay county, has been hung, in spite of the menaces of the n.o'), who threatened to burn down the jail and take him out. In the Lexington Inquirer, two weeks ago, it was st ited tint ten of the " Committee of Sixty," who re moved the True American, were then under trial in the City Court, charged with rioting, &c. They have since been acquitted the jury not taking two minutes to de liberate and make up a verdict upon the case. Ga. The election in sixty-six counties, Gov. Craw ford's mnprity is 1877, being a whig gain on tho Pre idential election of 2729, and C82 more than enough to elect him, if the remaining 27 counties come in as they did then. So far the whigs have elecred 15 Senators, and the democrats 13; the whigs have 41 Representa tives, the democrats 33 being a whig gain of six Rep resentatives and a loss of one Senator. The Senate will probably stand 22 whigs to 25 dem ocrats. Tenn. The Legislature of this State met at Nash ville on Monday the 6th inst Both Houses are Dem. the Ssnate by 1 and the House by 3 majority. The Senate, after ballotting one hundred and thirty eight times, succeeded on the 8th inst in electing a democratic Speaker. L. B. Chase, elected to congress in Cave Johnson's district in Tennessee, is a native of Derby Vermont, and seven years ago entered upon the duties of a shool master in that State. The best dowry to advance the marriage of a young lady, is when she has in her countenance mildness, in her speech wisdom, in her behavior modesty, and in her life virtue. BRIGHTON MARKET Mosday, Oct. 13 reported for the traveller. At market, 3100 Beef Cattle; 1250 Stores, 18 yoke Work Oxen, 42 Cows and Calves, 4200 Sheep, and about 1200 Swine. Beef Cattle Sales of extia, $5,25; first quality, 5; second 4,50. Barrelling Cattle. Prices offered, $3,50 for mess, 2,75 for No. 1, and 2,25 for No. 2. Working Oxen. Sales noticed at $72, 76, 103. Store Cattle. Sales of yearlings from $5,50 to 7, and 2 year olds from 11 to 45. Cows and Calves. Dull. Sales made at $17, 18, 19, 50,23, one at 39, and one nt 44,50. Sheep Dull. Sales made at $1,25, 1,37, 1,84. Swine. Prices fully sustained at 3 1-8, 4 1-8, 4 1-2. At wholesale and retail 4, 5, and 6 1-4. N. B. Quite a number of cattle remain unsold at 4 o'clock. ' Biitler From 12 1-2 to 18 cts per pound. Wool. market well supplied. Prices: American full blood, 35 to 37; three fourths, 33 to 34; one half, 31 to 32; one fourth, and common, 28 to 30. Washed prime Saxony fleeces, 37 to 40. BOSTON MARKET, Provisions. Prices firm. Late news from Europe caused ajnaterial rise in flour, Pork sold at $10 3-8 per barrel Corn advanced, yel- ow flat, 70c. Oats 4.T. Messrs Poland & Briggs : Noticing in your last! paper a description of three cucumbers, grown by Mr. Richardson of Warren, the thought occurred to ine to inform him that his cucumbers were not a " circum stance" to what I have raised this season. I raised from one vine, three cucumbers one the length of which was 6 feet and 4 inches ; another 5 and 2, and the third 5 feet, and that too before they had come to maturity, and had not my "grunters" broken from their enclosure and destroyed them, who can tell to what length,and size they might have attained. ALFRED PITKIN. Montpelier Oct. 13, 1845. P. S. These cucumbers are of the serpentine spe cies and lay so curiously coiled among the vines as to deceive the casual observer, causing him to think them to be real live serpents. A. P. DR. WISTAWS BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY QyThe Wild Cherry tree will soon become the em blem of health. Its triumph over Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup, and Liver Complaint, is now!,.: i , t, t, j- l ii .i complete. It cures those diseases When all other rem- edies fail. Clergymen, physicians and editors com-; mend it as the best remedv ever hpfrvrp knnwn Or' menu u us uie uesi retneav ever Demre know n. UT. Slllllman, Ot JJounabrook, JN. J., Uses the Balsam in his practice lor all lunsr and liver aflections, when too ob stinate to yield to other remedies. Dr. Hoffman, Hun tingdon, Fa. cured a child of Paul Schweeble of Asth ma with it, after he declared he could do no more with his medicine, and the child must die. Thomas Roed. Esq., merchant, and Dr. Hoffman, both certify to this astonishing cure. A. Williams, Esq., Counsellor at ' Law, 58 William st. was cured of the Asthma, of'twen-1 ty-four years standing by only one bottle of the ltal - Sam. Hundreds have been restored to perfect health I by this Balsam after the last ray of hope from other ! medicines had fled. We publish tacts Only we State only true cures, ana have no occasion to bolster up this mnilino hi, ha nnotnmn-,. nr,o nfCJ rfl 1 111U1W1.1. UJ 111'., J. U11UJ WI 1W1VU Vl HI llGbLi:!?. OTr'A PUBLIC BENEFACTOR. DR. SHER MAN, for tho last five years past has been laboring to ......,.. v . . , r "-"'"""''b spread his Medicated Lozenges lar and wide, and his labors have not been in vain they are now known in . . , , , .c Vi . 11 every part ot our land and on the Continent, and have met with universal approbation. His Cough Lozenges hirvp i-iirpr! more pnsps ofinflllprmi flnrincr ita nrpvi nave curea more cases 01 muuenza uuring its preva- lence in New York than any Other medicine that Can be named. His worm Lozenges continue to Derforin wonders where all other remedies have failed and his Camphor Lozenges will relieve headache and palpita tion in a very few minutes while his Poor Man's Plas ter, which costs only 12 1-2 cents, is believed to be the very best strengthening plaster in the world. And ' , r, tl i i i .i . i while thesecures are being made by tho Doctors pre- parations, the public have the satisfaction of knowing h.. oMtU-nlli. on1 n.y.,.vntnl.. 1... that they are skillfully and accurately prepared by a regular nhvSICian. and are altogether the best lllClli- cines which can possibly be found, there being noL.ff",','l2irtv,,,e !1"'.ine w.istak-s bawam of iuai.nuijp yji iimihum uiui, wiv-iu. a.'i. hiuiiuuu o traiu- house is No. 100 Nassau Street, N. Y. ' In Corinth, Oct. 19th, by Rev. Benjamin Burnham, Mr. Lewis Hatch of Montpelier, to Mrs. Mary Wason, ofC. In Williston Oct. 15, by Rev. Mr. Greene, Mr. Jas. Betty of Richmond, to Miss Augusta Webb of VV. In Thetlord, lOtli inst. Kev. II. Guernsey, to Mrs. Lydia Gould, both of T. In Randolph Mass., hept. 10, Mr. Solomon Hubbard, of TlietfordVt., to Miss Amanda B. Nichols. At tho Union Church m St Albans, on the 14th inst. by Rev. Henry Hoit, Mr. Frank B. Fay of Boston, to Miss Rebecca L. Bridges. In East Berkshire, 15th ult by Rev. Ezekiel Sayles, C. M. Hurlbert, M. D. of Franklin, to Miss Lovina E. Paul. In Wilmington, 23d ult., Mr. Leicester Cushman, to Miss Eliza II. Wilcox. Also, on the 9th Oct, Mr. Charles B. Ware to Miss Luana Coleman. In Littleton, N. II. Oct 8, Hon. Andrew McMillen. of Danville, to Miss Susan Griggs, of L. In Rockingham, 3d inst. Mr. John Stearns, aged 8, a soldier of the Revolution. In Bennington, Cth inst, Nathaniel Wadswortli, son of Samuel Wadsworth, aged 28 years. In Rutland, 1 1th inst, of consumption, Mary A. V. Chatterton aged 18. In Mendon, 10th inst, Miss Eliza Rice, aged 34.' In Bttrnston, C. E. Sept 1st, Mrs. Mary Moulton, aged 54. Dayuerreotyjje ! CHARLES II, GAY, or NEW YORK, WOULD iesiec.tfully inform the ciiuens of Montpe- V !ie that lie has npeieil Ilia DAGUERRELW Rooms in Spalding's Building, over Ihe Store of Bancroft & Riker, where he would in vite (he alionlion of Ihe citizens, and Members of the Lc-gis'aiu-e lo his splendid specimens of Daguerreotype PORTRAITS and MINIATURES. He is prepar ed lu ejtecutd the VHiious Mtzes from thn smallest to the largest ever la'' en either in this country or in Europe, and n sty'e w hich cannot fail In please. Groups of from 2 to 15 u' en an single plate Lan!?capo views taken in superior style. Tha public generally are invited in call. Itooms open fiotn 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. 42 MY Advertisement in Ihit paper a year ago, wag the cmie of my forming many valuable acquaintance, which I trust they will nut have occasion to regrel. Hope lo see them again, a also many of their friends, and the numerouH readers of i his valuable sheet, who visit this city, or are in the way of sending for Goods in my line. My place for the sale of HATS, CAPS, and every inscription of FOK GOODS, is 173 Washington street, Bostoiv Wholesale Rooms, 2d and 3d stories. 42 W. M. SIIUTE. SUPERIOIt WIGS AND EVERY description of WIGS and HAIR-WORK con stantly manufacturing and for sale, Wholesale and lieiail, at B. F. BUllGESS' Establishment, 303 Washington St. BOSTON. Gents. Goisamer and Weft WIGS, of superior make and finish Ladies' Self Contracting HALF-WIGS en tire new model and fit themselves so completely to the bead that they can be cninbeu and arranged without the leant trouble from moving out of place. These articles are a great improvement, as they can be worn without a cap- All kinds of articles for H air-Drehbeh's use. Tlioie wishing to buy to sell again, or at Retail, will find it to thair advantage to call as the assortment is very eilen. Bite, of the best quality, and at the lowest prices. All articles ordered warranted to fit. Choice Perfu Mr.RY, Combs, Brushes, lie., 303 Wtuhington street, (opposite Avon Place) Boa ton October, 1845. 42:6w FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS I Fl OBERT LAHORE. Surirron of the Rnval National It Vsrcine Eaaablishment, No. 8, Russell Place, l iti roy Square, Loudon, Ins just receivsil from Ihe Institu tion a fresh supply of VACCINE LVMi'll. Surgeons can be supplied, and the Report of the Institution seen, by application to the above. N. 13. R. L. D. lias practiced upwards of 20 years In London, and other cities in England, in ail cases of dis eases, and can be consulted by letter or in parson. North Ferriaburg, Vt., Oct. 7, 1845. 42:3m Notice! MR. WISE, Occulist and Optician from 437 Broadway, JVeto York, HAS arrived) and taken rooms in biker's Building, op posite the Bank, where members of the Legislature and ntheri can be supplied with Optica! Instruments of all descriptions. 42:tf THE BEST CHEWING TOBACCO! L80 Fiie-Cnt Smoking ens' Chewing and Common,) l M Balpwijh, Scott and Ci's. jzfoA i. . rplIE bust medicine known to man for incipient 1 C () N S IJ M l'T I O N, Asthma of every HtaRO, Liver Complaints, Hnincliiti, lnHuenzn, Conglm, Colds, L'Uvdin lit the I.tlne-, Hhortn-fls of Breath, :iin and weakness in the side, Umist. Sir. ami nil oilier diseases of the iM'I.MCJNAKY OK HANS. A very important diHeiirie over which tltis "Ihilsam" exerts a very powerful influence, is that ef a "UISEASKU I.IVER. luthii com plaint it has undoubtedly proved more crlicarioiu th;tu any remedy hitherto employed, and in numerous instances when patients hal endured long nnd severe witiWunr from tie: diseasi:, without re ceiyiri the least benefit from various remedies, ami even when MERCURY has risen resorted to in vain, the use of this BALSAM has rostsn-d the liver to a healthy action, and in manv instances em-cted permanent cures alter every known remedy lias failed to produce this desired effect llesidesits astonishing efficacy in tilt) diseases above mentioned, wenlio rind it a very erTerlual r'ein-dy in ASTHMA, a complaint in which it has been extensively used with decided success even in cases uf years standinir. NATURE'S OWN I'll r-.SCIill'TIl N A compound Halsauiic preparation if tile I'runus Vircinia, or V. ,y c,"",limd !h" t;il ' Tar, pre pared J " n ulullmHI process, approved nnu recoimnenueu uy me most distinguished phy.--iiinns, and universally acknowledged, the VaiWb medicine ever discovered. universal celebrity which this medicine is rapidly gaining in every seciion of the country, mid the manv astonishing cures it has effected, have now established its iitiiwy beyond all doubt ; but it should be remembered, that in diseases of the LUN;S or LIVEIt, as m all other chronic aflections, a little time is always necessary to effect a cure. Although in most cases the ilalsam will ailbrd a most immediate relief, and ull-n i ll'ect (rent dinners in a few days, it cannot reasonably be expected to produce the same salutary effect in every case in so short a time ; yet, frem the hiuh celebrity it hns acquired, we rind many pcisons are apt to expect too much at the commencement, while others expect a single bottlu to atl'ord them ! prea cr relief than ull the medicines they had taken for months pre- vimis, Wo wi" n"1 that the BAL.SAM will cure consumct'u.n in tR&XStSSVPSM CIIEHIIY was destined by Kature to he our l'unncen for the rava- utfS'Xl with the trashy nostrums of the day, but use at once a medicine I"',t w" V''" I cure, ifa curebj p.issihf; a medicine tbatsciince apiiro- I many vears of experience have demonstrated that it al ways relieves. " There is no such tiling as fail" in the history of Ibis wonderful Balsam. Evidence (lie most convincing evideiicj that no one can doubt, fully establishes the fact. In prcscntint: this liiiibly useful and valuable medicine to public notice as a remetly lor Consumption ihiu ruliuonory diseases in gen I eral, the proprietor has been actuated sob-Iv by liie creat success attendins its use in his practice and desire 'to iieueiit the aiiiict.d, 'a,ld would therefore wish particularly ti impress upon the public mind that it is enhrelv dilt.-rent lrom the nostrums daily ushered 111- :tomticcbyboastinB1iiiacks,asitiioto.,iy emanates from a rca.-iar I'hysicianmt.has also been well tested mail the complaints for which " '" fineliueil. it is not my intention, thrrckrc, either to cloal; it jn myH,y) or in my Wlly deceive the public by overratins its vir tues ; on til- contrary, I shall simply endeavor to give a brief slate ment of !u ""'f"'"1'", ni flatter myself that in surprising aWy will enable me to furnish such proof of its virtues as will satisfy tile most incredulous tint Consumption may and "CAN be CUBEO," If this medicine be resorted to in time. NO UUACKF.KV: NO DECEPTION! All published statements ef cures pei formed by Ibis medicine, are, in every respect TK CE, JCT-IIEWAHIi Of tUUM KHFKI1 H AIM) IMITATIONS. i in uniiaraieiieu anu aslonisninf eincacy oi ur. vi lsiar's uaisain oi wild Cherry in nil the diseases for which it is rocomnieiicd-curiiig many cases after the skill of the best physicians was unavailing lias effected a large nnd increasiii'' dwnaiul for it. This fact has cau.-Ml uninCila .d countrfVranii imitator to Hi off.pari..u mixtures, if similar name anil ano-arance. for the u'tiuiue Iialsaiu. aress ail orilers 10 !-!'. 1 II IV. 1 l.m'l.E, ISoston .11 Agent for Mwitpelier, fc. 1". lledlidd. Waterla l..o 1l... IWi-ic 1.V......I. V.,l,ll..l.l l'-i-li. 'atiTliiirv, (,lin ? fc Untch- ins. Hum, Orvis rn-iicli. Noithtii'H, Ilaylit-H Ha White. Iitir :):! y lhigton, Peck Sl Spear. 07500 rages for Fifty Cents ! ! ! 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STATE OF VKR.MO.VT, District of ItiuMxai'ir, b.s. f.r said Diftirict, on tin1 7th day ufOft, At a Prubat; Court, liol j den at Wellington, in and , 1K15 FlU;i)KUI(!K C. HHJKLOW, Hxerutiirnii theestitR of David D. Bi'BRot om, late of Krookfkdd, in said district, deceased, makes ap plication in writing for lieensn t.i sell ;;il the real estate of tmid do coa.Hi'd,nlleitinz that it is necessary tti a-ll a part thereof to pay tin debts against tho said estate and that a part ef the same cannot bo mdd without injury to the remainder Wb-reupim it is Ordered, that the same be hoard at a I'mbate Court to b- hold .'ii at lb-.; l'rohato of fice in Washington, on tin 'list day of October, 1815, and notice thereof ordered in the (ir: n Mountain Freeman, printed at Mont p.;lier, throe wonks succcHsivt-lv, th.- I.i-t of which tnb.: previous to said 3t.t day of Oct. 42 JOHN COLKV, Jud.'. iiW caica MAN & K!'( t T, GREAT ARRIVAL OF NEW FALL GOODS ! 'rom !Vcw-Vork and Oosfon! PIECES PRINTS, from 6 to 17 cts. Olvy 100 do MOl'SI.lN D'LAINT.S, 17 to 31 25 pa CASHMERE O'COSSE. 30 to 50 10 Rep CASHMERES, 37 1-2 to 50 25 " Silk warp AI.PACCA, 58 fo 75 5 ' Twilled INDIANA, 7 to 1,00 10 " CAMEI.IANS, 33 to 37 1-2 100 Now and Elrennt SHAWLS, 2,00 to 5,00 50 I'uit MUFFLERS, 12 in 31 50 ps BROAD-CLOTHS, 2,00 to 5,00 20 " SATT1NETS, 58 to 1,00 25 " Fancy DOE SKIN, 1,12 to 1,34 50 " 13e.) Tickings, 12 1-2 lo 17 10 doi Face Shawls, 75 to 1,45 ALSO : i splendid lot ot Florence Blue TEA-WARE, and all other kinds of CROCKERY, at the lowest New York prices. We also sell all kinds of GROCERIES as low as were sold in Montpelier !at fall, excepting a few articles that are higher in market. We have roceived, 2000 lbs St. Croix SUGAR, 1000 " Loaf do 5 hds MOLASSES, 1500 lbs SALF.R ATUH, 15 bags ColTee, 3 boies Bar Soap, 50 lbs Cloves, 1000 " Rice, 25 Chests TEA, 15 boxes Raisins, 100 His Cinnamon, 2000 " Tobacco, 100 " Nutmegs; lit fact, wc have oil kinds of Groceries, which must and shall be sold, at Boston prices, with freight added. AI.SO: 10 Casus Men's ThieA Boots, 5 do. Boy's 3 do. Kip Men's Hoots. 10 Cases Rubber Shoes. It is needless tn say any thinj; about the prices of Boots, for wo will sell them less than can be bought in Montpelier. ALSO: 10 Bales of heavy SHEETING, We have on hand a 1 0 do. Fine do fjtv bales of Sheeting 5 Twilled Cotton. ) 6 1-2 cts bv piece. We return thanks for the many favors which we have received, and shall continue In sell Goods on the cash principle and at lower prices than can be bought in Ver mont. Just received a large lot of H ARD WARE, Brass Ket ties, Knives and Forks, Butts, Screw, &c. &c Also received, a large lot of NEW CARFETIXG, com prising All Wool Kidderminster, Cotton Carpetins Staii Carpeting, RUGS, of various styles and patterns Opened this day, a large assortment of MUFFS and BOAS. 5 doi Hprlng Top CAPS, 10 dm FUR. TRIMMED CAPS, 5 balos BUFFALO ROBES, Filially , we would say to Merchants and Pedlars who with to replenish the'r stock, that we will sell as cheap as you can send to Boston and obtain Goods of the some quality. LYMAN & KING. Sept. 24,1845. . IVMAN& KING-CASH STOIIL- AVE received 10 Doi. Fur Trimmed CAPS; 15 duz. Boys' do do 100 splendid MUFFS, Black and Grov Wolf; II 1 doi. BOAS 5 bales BUFFALO ROBES. 20 Oct. 1845. WANTEBl BY LYMAN & KING, OriAH d- FLANNEL; 8000 yds. SHEEPS' GREY; OUUU 8000 pra. FOOTINGS. . 21 Oct. 1845. -wr YMAN & KING have reooived ii S Pe. more CARPETING; 3 d0l. RUGS; 3 Ps. FLOOR CLOTH, 21 Oct. 1845. WE TOO HAVE received a SPLENDID ASSORT MENT of NEW FALL GOODS. For the bragging part, we refer our friends to some of our neighbors' flaming advertise ments; and before purchasing elsewhere, please call and see the shows. L. & A. A. CROSS. Montpelier, Oct 1, 1845. 40:44 BALDWIN. SI'iiT'r.cvCi I. "I3"AVE just reeeived at the Old Cheap Stora, a coui- olelestoc': of RICH SEASONABLE GOODS, among which ro GERMAN, EXGLHll, oiiJ AMERI CAN WtmlDvcd BROAD CLOTHS Beaver and Pilot Cloths, Kuban or GoM Twcml, (a licauiiful article for Fall wear) 30 pieces Eancv DOE SKIN anil CASSlMEItES, Velvets and SATINS Rich Trench Veslings, anil Ttirninings of everv ilescrtj lion. Repl. Shaded and Plain CASHMERES, Merinos, Do I. anes, Orleans Cloth, Indiana do, 1'iiin aOjd Figured. ALPACCAS, S1I.K!, ALPINES, MERINOS (JALA PLAIDS, CIIENA GINGHAMS, FIG'D COUCRGH. 2 5 0 PIECES PRINTS. Rich Cashmere M T J" A I Q Delaine, French Printed, do. Ol jLiA. J J.y. and Couiinon. a great variety of uonds for Children' wear. Carpet Baps Cord and assals Mulfs Hons Capes Furs, Gloves, Hosiery, Mitts, Cravats, lid fs., German Worst eds While and Mixed English Yarn Merino Shirts Uoii'iollaa Lmseys Tatue Covers, unil IXupuns I. Hi ens, Cambrics Alpacca Aprons, Knit Wool Caps, Flan nels, &c. &c. which we offer at LOW PRICES. Pur chasers will do well to givo us a call before buyin; elsewhere. 2 MEeB, MZSWhB I'HE subscribern are now openiiiii a large and rich 1 stoc'i of FAJ.L f;OOI)S, which we sell vory low for cash, or good credil. Please call anil see 60 pieces Silk and Cotlon warp Alpaccas, 100 " Canhmeres, D'Lairres and Bryzantinas, 10,000 Vards Piinls, from 6 to 25 eta pr. yard 1,000 " Kich Diess Silha. Domestic Goods. ;j.0(K) Yiinls Bi-owii Oottmi, 1,U0J do. BleaclK'.d. do. 1;000 do. Ticks nnd Drills. Worsted Department. 1fifife 8HADIM ZEPHYR WORSTEDS. UPW Marking Canvass and Pnllorns, Steel and Gilt Heads, Steel and Gilt Baj Clasps, Purse Rtnga, Purse Tw'tsl and S:lk, Ha;; and .Malt cold an.' Tase!s, Perforated Paper, Carpel lings, Stc. fcc. Woolen Goods. 50 Piei'.es (Jcrmat., rngMsh and Amcncm Brna ! Cloths, 100 ' "Tlain, Sti-ipoil anil CliecAcit t'assimcio and Doc Skins 200 Vest PaKem", Hob Hoy and I.inscy iaiiii, Blac't and Blue black Sil! Kelvet, CVavals, Rib bons,"ilovcs, Hosiery, Linens, Linen Lawna, Oannsk Nap'tina and Table Covers, Luce, Muslins. Bonnot Win;, Wire Taste, Edgings, (iauxe and llaniian Veils, Plumes, Velvet Ribbons for Trimming, tc. &c. ALSO, a full supply of Hard-Ware, Crockery, XailB, Glas, Painls, Oils, and Dye Suilfc. ELLIS, VVHDKU, t CCi. Monipeiier, Sopl. 29, 1845. 4w. Jl O X T V Bi I V. II S T V 13 wary- eel nra es. a tsss ICP ESTABLISHED IN. 1825. S 7, ik C H. WOOD T T AVE just received a new addi;ion lo their latge and j 1,1 extensive iisortnieiu nt h 1 U V 1', S Iron) the isran don, Albany nnd Troy Furnaces, ami now olTrr YicroniA, Nos. 2, 3 and 4. Yankee Notions, 5 varieties, Conant's, 3 " Cooking VtitstoN r, 2 " t Parlor (with cast ovens) 2 " STOVES. Diving Flue , Rotary, 3 " Gothic Air-Tight, Parlor. Low's Patent, Troy, " ' Conant's, 5 varieties, " " Four Column, " Two Column, " Ff an i:lin, " Vermont, " Box Stoves nf all kinds ami siie.i. Potash and Caldron Ket tles; Faith inks' and Co nant's Plough"; Hollow-ware; tin, copper and sheet iron Furniture; Russia and English ir.m Stovo-Pipe. iLSO Lkau Pipe that is tinned inside an excellent article which prevetits the corroding of tlie lead, and keeps the waltw pure; copper anil casl-iron I'umhs, &c. &u 1 I'leaiie call and examine. Montpelier, Sept. 18, 1S4.". 38 Auc'iow. ; (irciit Dusiaiiis oiict' iiiiirc, at Audioii iind AT THE STORE UNDER MASONIC ll.tl.I., MAI.X ST. Jilt. CHARLES GORMAN, feJOI.ICITS the favor of the Ladies ami Gentlemen of Monipelier mid vicinity, tn rull ami riimi ne a laree ' stoc! of various kind? of GOODS, consi.v.i p.n of the fellowinc!, ( ij SHAWLS!!! 0'ie of the best assorttnents of .Shawls mer oilVied this place such as Silk, All Wool Damask, Merino, Ed- inborourli. Net, ('hainelinn, e'e, with one doion Span- ish Cashmere, All Wool, Newest. Style of Shawl there is in the market, and such as havt been sold in IWtnn fur $'20 Tf 171 C? V f1 f H M I f I IJIilltijP tJT 1 If IJyJI . i A Brut rate assortment nf Dre.s Goods, among which may be found Sitk and cotton warp Alpaccas, Merinos, Indiara fMoth.('amelion, Repl. Cashmi.e and other De ! Laities, Hosiery, etc. Broadcloths, Cashmeres, and Cutlery, also a splendid j Two Horse Wagon , with four eliptic .springs, and cast; iron hubs, will be sold withourrserve. ! P. S. Those wishing to purchase Goods will please call forenoon and afternoon , as 1 intend lo sell at private sale, and in the evening at AUCTION. t Montpelier, Octnher 8, 1H45. , CONGRESS SPRING WATF.R, for sale by the Bottle or Box, bv j . K.COLLINS. , Montpelier, Se ' j BUKNIIAIH & VAIL. HAVE just received the largest and best assortment of, CAPS ever offered for sale in Montpelier. i Boys, you can got a good Fur Trimmed Cap for the small m of 75 cents. auRentemhcr 8. 1845. 38 vv i OURIJINO GOODS) of every description, at BALDWIN, SCOTT k CO's. j Ofir i )" Ground ROCK SALT; &JJ 10 sacks Liverpool do Coarse and Fine Western do For sale low, by Baldwin, Scott and Co. . BUTTKR AND CHEESE. Ellis, Wilbeh and Co. will- pay cash f.,r goodd Butter and cheese. Monipelier, Oct. 0th, 1845. 4w41 J. W. HOWES, 711.1. he opening this week and neit verv exten- aive assortment f N r. W - Sept. 8, 1845. 88 12 DO'S, IJ MB It ELLAS, Ellis, Wir.om akd Co's Ocl.8, 1845. 41 . ,. ., .j NOTICE.-I hereby give notice that I have this day Kiven my son, Horace. h,a ttme, and shall hereafter p., , nodebtsof hiaconttai,ting,norclaira his earnings. , Moretown, Oct. 0.1545. 42 I.vman CHn.n. SllISAPAEilLliA, ruMriT M'K Si. CO'S Concentrated Compound and Fluid Lxunt of x!iirs:ip:inlt:i. fortUe cure of Chronic Ulioumatism, Cutaneous Distamat, H:;tly tmiyiiuiis of the akin, M-n;uri;il 6l hiplnloid dittetuu, 'JVttvr, I hvimiuiH of tli. i tlirj;it, bil.'tt iron i impure nabitf ol tut P.-iins and swdlifija ef th? bn,v h-ni(;fl, Liver Aiiscti' us, Kiid all di.-':isiH nri-'iiiL' from an iin.ur;' Hint:: f th; b!.Hd mpoum am imprint 'in of lif-i exc.'-wive us ; of mt:r:yr t &c. Tin; fciirHupi; rl;u';in I)-' di .-ndd iihui by ev. ry i no a bein u good as any ;ith -r in thi.i country or Lur. p:;. PeopltM-an avail tiitmi S'Jv(!H or in it jiit iw tlit'y di hm; in unii.q rnrupr'.rilli'. 'i hii pur uvlract is put up in w l.trV.' cr l ir r bttlf iw any noli! for onti dul ler, nt tin; iiiiprm-di'iit.il t ivv pna.' of ;V) cent p r b jtth. iw ld hv Cum-itork & Rosa, .V. lii Trsiiiuiil Row, li'.stuii, and b . a. K. CUKus, .M.utpairr. j CLKSSING TO MANKIND. CONNKWVri M.VHf.'AL PAIN UXTKACTtW. I This tfnmt lli-iilim ?.thv is aciun.u I idjrvd by ail who h.ivc ue4 ' it to bj the liiM-'t iiv Tinl arlirlc cv;;r known. It (:.p' l.-? all inju !rybyfiri vtturn all p-iiu, and pr-'writa mr.ii.licatit.n in every c.n:r. It w jj r-iri. anv ct" tti: iMJu ing cjuipiiliiU, yr pny ii rofu : .-lfd i'.r it. ' Uuriui, OIJ Snran, F.resypehu, Hf'Ul.iH, HriliHilH, t-'liaf.-!!, Unit tthfjum, ScorfuLi, Wrmndi, Kru;aninn, i4,r:.- ",vi:, Pil -s, Ch Il l iiiiH, c, pi in" Vt.:ni'N, T;-iidcrFMJl. It curt's sor.; ovits, tx-tt nam: is, fr pn:K:ly rtni-.viiiK them ivitU- tn-i jjiun or ay,ny, s) 'c(:ly m lyd mUnmati. n ami rounces bwci Iiiiks iinrt is a salv,!imn; sl iiilil b ; witlnmt. Tin; fwllnvvinp ruuiar- Kuoej ("is it wa-t i!ini!ltjd iiMjinr. 1'iitlv, iiimI hr.ndri'dt cf otftfu co,ii;uiv woiun:riui, (inttiiy t ven uioix' want (jf rmnn we I; tb'-iu itit. iit) mitit Im addi'd, but fur A child, ti n:-jihi '.v (d'u iVi' iid of n.hi,-, st'iud ii.to a vessel of b.iiliii" w;iti-i, ami sc.ild. d it-' J"g u' t-.i r';r Ru.'c, wUimi CinncH' I'niii Mvtr.tft r iVnm CiiiiiIn k' was nij)ieii, wlitdi fiii).stinstant ly Bavo r; tf( tn li: littl.t Hudi-rur, nnd suv.-n entirely cur il iu F'i, a child uf my dwn burn; cl its li;m:l suven.ly, mid I iisf dtbut Siilv-:', hicb pav.; int:uit n li.d" Pii'-l cnr..(l it cntir ly, and 1 for die r.iiull not lu-inib'ccd to di) without it. I think v.v;ry family riliutild iilvai, k;fp it in lutiul in casu of such arc id' -ills. il. ADAMS, Pastur of Trinity Cluinh. Saug .-itii-B, N. T. K. ld hv Ci-.tn-itcpk UusH.'Ni'. 19, TremoM Ruw.UtxtMi, mid bf S. K. LVHiiii, Mi.utjulicr. WOUMS! WOttMSM WORMMr K ) i,.mst( u:ai verm; fug k. Tititi r.'in.'dy t'.ir Wunir-f U mi, iA' tli nj";-t ( trnordiinry V8r iini'il. It clijct'ialtv or.td.cit.'ii Wiiniw of ttH sorls, from f.hddrcn ii'iii a.r.ijiH TliunsiMid-- r'ri'-i! bv w nn j u i'lnut Ih: ril c'tns.?b -in? kn wn. Sonu oth -r rja-ji'ii is a.-sin :i frrth ; sifku uiU.l too Ut: tocur tlit !no- r.m,i :. What i i : -mc f-i..iHibdity t!rn tU u;n thi uiP;it tvho. (Ijh's lint kn.iw, siiid tn- d.; fj.r wlio docs u.t und rtand th ;cn ilaint whit b is d.'Uruvjig Uiusp nr.'t:itins llowars ef lif.- ih.rJrjO Wb:tt fihould hi dun".; Th- answer is jil tin. (I'w tbi.i V .'niiifM, wliicb wilt bt ura t) do k-ifil, if tb havo n worms and uib y have it will dmtrojr iiml eradicat ; with a et-rlainty nnd p.TcUi.Mi truly a.st.iiilung It i:a:.not iiaria th't small-t infant or 111.: ntron"at adult. Thnrj is no mercury or mineral in it, Murcury ih tlii basis of must worm njuiridu's ; uutl tlin r.-ni'-dy is stiittiiuoH wohc than the tfiwense. f-ai iivvt-r tuj 1 .' iil';'s ; hut T.iy nputi tiii-". V.wry p-'rson will r oiiviriri.d on on.' iri-d that it U tin ui-ist p 'if rt euro cor mvcni-t-d. We call on ,.b ood tit.'i.os t ) inak: kiiuwn tli- elfctls of thbi wonderful rem Trico Jo n-iitl. Hub! by Comstuck Sl Rtns, Ni. Id, Tr-m.-iit Row, Hoton, nJ by H. K Collins MmitpoliL-r. REM AUKABl.K CUitC OF DEAFNESS. Fr .in tin: I'litl.uliliiliiii Spirit i,f tlie Tiin.'s. .Mr. P. i l.yiiiiin, 5J, L',.nilui-ri:t; Iruet, was cur ;d uf total dwif num uf lirttMMi v.: ir'a Kt;in.liii).'. liv a H-w ilaiks of Dr. Aie Nuir'a Accoujtk Oil. " Uf lisul a ttljnrt time b-l:ro r.'tnrn;il frnn Hostuii. whuri! lu li.ui spi'iit .", Ii ul tli.: tonsils othid i-urs tuKL-ii out, and iinny otli'-rt.'X)"riiii;iit tried with tli" t":iriiitv, li'it without utci:a.. Il'i h id liUo sp.mt over $liW in the city tn tli.: fiu-ulty, hut Me a hit ill tli-' .lain:: st il : wh. li 111 'v ivcr:1 tlinittyh. Hi- thi-n in denjialr tli ) dit lia wiiiiIJ try "in mure tiling lul'.ire In: gave up, and proH r?A a tlnk of Dr. Mi-N'uir's Arc.ni if ml anil In jis cured. Sold hy l.(iiitnrk c K:iaj, X i. lilTn'iiii.nt tow, Uustjn, and bj rf. K. Cuil'in, .Miintj, .li r. THE NAPLES HAIR DYE. Tor soiii unacr'iiuitabl rcasan, f.r tin bvst one or tow y-'nr,nT ny yoiinj; p:(id-,Vi)-itu mal -iitnl iVin di:,lnvo bad tin.' mWfurtune to li!iv.; tlodr hair turn pi man ntiv (,'ray. We have been frequently applied t- t'.rmuu tiling t ttiru'tb hair back to ii natu-al color, wiiirb has iiol n- d t goto ni'ii-b troubleand exp.'twit in otder lu f.iriiisb our rti-.tuin r- and Jbe jput.lir 2 ai-nilly with a new nnd im pr.'V.:d Hair t: ,n that is n arlv i ti'-rtiial and ntit ths least in jurious tu th ; ti "1-1 b.iir f.rilr imd rat.i rnc-- of h ) cunts ier but tl '. V, haw siiiMW'jil a! h yuul our expect ati'iijs. J ins arxicii w otl'T t.i tho p-iblli: with great condd"nc-'. Wo have bad it thuroimh eily te-t d, tun : art -r tiiu , b Cr v.'b ciul i -itl'tr it for aU l"t price is inrh that ;di .;an ali'.r:! to im. it, ami iti q iality vrj bsdiwvtf to b : ru ;rior tj aov t-v.'i btors iti.adf. tkild by Coin ilm ii Sl K imj. No, U Trjnunt Bjw, UjwIjh, and bf S K.Ot ilius ..'jntpeli!-r. Medicino for the Million ! SEAVE UVi JOINT AND NERVE LINIMENT, VOlt tho cure 1 rrt.n.t Sin ,f KJuumiitirfiii. (jtout, Spruits, Knunes, HwwUihj. NihiiIji! ss, Lam n of all UimN, I'ain in thsside, bacR or ItriiH, .'cii!tii'jsa i A' ihi: jo ntsiiml nrrvi's, Aut, stil) neck, sting t f ii rt i:t-t, t'lnlHriin-, i-'resh woumls, lluriii, I tj 2 ;k, ami aircuw of KxTtnxo. 1N.1LR1. ') here h s n -wr ap.'ami a mi.:(lii:in? wl ir.li ios3l-3cs the peo tml.nR anil lioalin? p.ivvor 01 so piv 4 .1 d.-vroo, wlii . nt the iam tint it coiuu t li any ;is hility prmlnco injurioi!i cnvi'tn. I'y ita artii n on tin sk n, it u'w't -h ;i Ui iiHiiy t ircnl itioii ol'Ihu lituod, aud removes til-:: olmtnirti n t 1 the iNsEvain.i: Iksiiha - ion whirh ii tli ; cuiso i.fso in itclt b'nir.n KUlIi-iio. It Jots tonipl-tc euntn I oTt-r fir.-, an-.! mjy In- usyd with i -rf ct s.il'-ty in tin: v. . rt c.u sot'b':rn.J. 'J lie pi n 0 1. ut ui).:ii it, It r,n-' fir I) Lav uh.r nn-ilicinutJ -f the k:nd, mewt 'f",'i tioilly ri-m.-v.-H vwry oh-tiu-l to iu uii1v-m:iI use. Why will vim : ult' 1 ikiui, whsu a s;:1j, ':.Ticac io;is atisl cluap medicino IB within yuiir r.-ncli 1 HpmnwvT to ou'Ni;t:.-. or horse.-' This Liuun nt i not miLy h m.-fi'.i;il, t. tin- Irni'm pyjt'jrn, but ii tin; ) :st ai lii.1' tli it con U.t im-d l"-r Mrs..-H that liavu b-t-n galUd, fiiraiio:d hi broist'il, and f. r many i.tjn-r Uisras" r, quiring an ox Icrual r. nirilv. Tin; fjiuh rharai't-r of tin: Kfiill.-iiicn sipning th f..Uovng c. r.ifir.ati' will rnidT it f interest to all w ho may have orcasir.n t i use a nn'tf'iin' f tin; kind. J-''l'lu' unil MiL'iii il, havinp iniidc use Soavr' Liniment for lluritufl, :uid tindin? il t" be a valualtk' n im dy tor liinn-ncsi, galli, sprain.-, brtiis.-, &c, would rtci.niiin nil it to onr ftundi mid th publ.c (ion rally, b 'lioviiif,' Unit those who may have occasion to uw a rcnu ily for any of the diwaseu for which it is recommend od, wttt not bo diaappuinU'd in its olIl-ctH. Lovimx 1'aiir, nrattl- horo,' Vt., "j (mis IltimwEM., Walpolj, H. H., ! Staa Oto. Hi NTiviiTys, " u f Proprifctor l'tt.r.TI All AltMH BoXO, " ' J I Prjjian-d 11I v hv T. havkr & Sow Diupt;i.-tH, Valpol., N. II. i Riicd, Win? 4 nil t, T1 Chailiam rt., IWtoii, Who, milo Agenla) i OnaERvr. Kv.-ry h.ittlr of tin- m ninnc will have tho iuuuni I Siiavt'r at Ht.n 011 the imi.de wrapper. , t; jnul o'J rfnt.s per b'.tTl". bv H. K. Collin. Monlii: lier; (.. T. .Stowdl, Mnldksex: For sal:s h G. Miinson, Wat'.-rhnry; , Kn nrh, Harm; .. i. !Inl., nielsea; I (J. IE. Pierce & Co., NorthhHil; E. Perry, Cabot; Peck & Kjiear, Bur j U11 : ton ; Stoddard, lititland; am! bj mcu lnnts and druggirts geu ! rally ihrupliunt the tnte. ' 3tf:ly E0SMS, Faints a lie! V A I'HI'Sil MTri.Y A I.I. VAH1KTIKS. S. P. RLUFILl.f). 2S Just received ly Montpelier, June 2. 1S45 c IS. filMSOl KX, ..rB'::4.v oJ .TSaisa ami Male sts., ! MOXTl'luLlEll, VT., CONTINUES In peiTonn the various operations ifc i ' dkn I'AL subgeii v. neetiSMiry for the preseivatioa in and health of the Teulh anJ Gums, Also superior IK' nus iTtt'criui.E i cltii inserted, from one to a full set- by engrafting- on the laiiss of decayed teeth, or on Gold Plate, as the i;ase may icqiiiie." Follicular attention given lo the prevention and remedy oai inegularify of teeth in Children and Youth, which is ",un "le ciuse of premature decav and loss of the I'eetk Montpelier, September 12. IS44. " " 'IMIF. adove may lie Ind at S. P. Keuiikld's Dm( ftore, one bottle of which will cure any Cough. NOTICE. fV A. LODGE, respectfully iufoims the inhabitants of I , Montpelier and vicinity, that he has opened a Shop over Ellis StWilder's store, where he will make ALL kinds of BOOTS and SHOES. N. R. A discount will be made for the journey up two llighle of stairs. Theodobe A. DoDGK.. Montpelier, Oct. 1.1,1846. 42;3w. CROCKERY, GLASS & HARD-WARE!! A large assortment just opened, bv BALDWIN, SCOTT, &CO: FURS, MUFFS, BOAS ND a lot ef Fur-Tiimrae I Caps, jnst ree'd by L Baldwin Scott andCo. ACE, Citron, English Currants, and Ext. Lemon k Rose, For sale by S. P. Redvield. Montpelier, Juna 2..1845". ' , : 'i . in n or NOTICL. The suhacnber informs his former custom ers ami the public, that ho s'ill carries on the manu- ; j facturing of EDtiED TOOLS, nt the old Stand, neat the Arch Bi idito on Berlin side, .where be will" 'manufacture . j the fiillowing tools: AXES jumped. or repaired; BUOAD -' AXES, HAND AAESh ADZ, ULK-MbS,. tUAVUe.-;: CAST STEEL IIAM.MARS, and STEEL SriUNGS for- warranted, or made good, or the," IJEZEKIAH WARB " ,naj,r M.rch 1. 1S45V' XM. Montpelier, .liarcn i. .